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Oakie the Acorn, the mascot of ESF's Mighty Oaks athletic teams, is one of 43 SUNY mascots competing in SUNY's Second Annual Mascot Madness beginning March 11.
The staff at ESF's popular, year-old eatery, the Trailhead Cafe, has devised a way for its customers to enjoy a meal and, at the same time, reduce their impact on the environment.
Seven hundred students from 10 middle schools in the City of Syracuse will participate in the Environmental Challenge science fair sponsored by the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry March 13.
"Fungal overlord" isn't a job title you see every day on LinkedIn unless you're linked to Matt Gretton.
"This is a fantastic chance for our students to start to envision where they fit into the workforce after graduation," said ESF President Quentin Wheeler, of ESF's 13th Annual Environmental Career Fair.
With musical works such as "La Mer" and "The Ruined River," it isn't a big leap to wed those pieces to environmental science. Saturday's Symphoria concert, "The Sound of Nature," will do precisely that.
Dr. Donald J. Stewart, an ESF professor who recently discovered a new species of the giant Arapaima fishes native to South America, will present a lecture March 26 about conservation efforts for these air-breathing fishes, which are flagship species for diverse Amazonian ecosystems.
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